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Frank Korom is Assistant Professor of South Asian Religion and Culture at Boston University. He is the author and editor of five books, most recently Constructing Tibetan Culture (1997) and Tibetan Culture in the Diaspora (1997). His interest in religion and ecology has led to a number of articles on recycling and socioreligious status in India and religious symbols as environmentalist resources. He is currently completing a book about Indo-Shi'i ritual performances on the island of Trinidad, which is scheduled for completion in 1999.

 

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